Bangalore Masala Puri

Chef Rupa, January 15, 2017

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This recipe is a trip down memory lane which takes me back to my college days in ┬áBangalore! A group of my friends and I would stop after school and enjoy a plate of warm Masala Puri or a few plates on a cold evening…or any evening for that matter!This is an exclusive Bangalore/Mysore chaat recipe.This delicious snack is easy to make and puts your tummy into a yummy frenzy.If your friends or family do not come back for seconds have them contact me!

 

Bangalore Masala Puri
Delicious street side chaat mainly found on the streets of Bangalore and Mysore! Made with boiled green peas this chaat will take you right down memory lane into the comfort of warm street side food! Especially good on a rainy day.
Servings Prep Time
4-6 people 20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Servings Prep Time
4-6 people 20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Bangalore Masala Puri
Delicious street side chaat mainly found on the streets of Bangalore and Mysore! Made with boiled green peas this chaat will take you right down memory lane into the comfort of warm street side food! Especially good on a rainy day.
Servings Prep Time
4-6 people 20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Servings Prep Time
4-6 people 20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. For masala gravy: soak 2 cups dry green peas for atleast 6-8 hrs or overnight,drain water add 4 cups fresh water, some salt and pressure cook for 2-4 whistles
  2. Take about 1 cup of boiled peas and grind with a handful of cilantro and green chillies (you can increase spice level per your taste)
  3. Take the ground paste and transfer it to a pot, add enough water about 3/4 cup (more as you boil , as it thickens) add cumin powder, dhania powder, black pepper powder and some salt if needed (be careful as you would have aded salt while pressure cooking it) boil the gravy.
  4. Assembling masala puri: On a plate crush 3-4 puris, add a small scoop of cooked peas, add the boiled masala, add a sprinkle ( or per your taste) of raw onions, add a few drops of meetha chutney ( used store bought date chutney), add a sprinkle of fine sev and optional a few pieces of raw cut tomato. ADD A SPOON TO THE PLATE AND ENJOY STREET SIDE GOODNESS AT HOME
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One thought on “Bangalore Masala Puri”

  1. Ashwini says:

    This is the first time I saw blore masala puri recipe!! I have always wanted to cook this, but instead would always prepare ragda pattice, as i did not know what goes in that masala. Thanks for the share!

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